Penrith AFC 1 Carlisle United 3: Two first-half own goals helped Carlisle United lift the Cumberland Cup on home turf for the first time in four years.

Penrith’s Stuart Johnson put through his own net with a header before the ball came off team-mate Tyler Bowman in first-half stoppage-time to double Carlisle’s half-time advantage.

Shaun Gardner gave Penrith hope when he pulled one back in superb fashion, but he then also missed a spot-kick as Carlisle keeper Louis Gray made a fine save.

Then, Charlie Birch, son of academy coach Mark, made sure of the win for Carlisle United with a superb late long-range chip.

Penrith AFC: Dixon, Hebson, Johnson (Faustino 84), Davidson (c), May, Bowman, Gardner, Moynan (Robley 45), Gray (Shields 16), Main, Clarke.

Penrith subs: Paul, Forrester.

Goal: Gardner (55).

Carlisle United: Gray (c), Walton, Brockbank, Casson, Barnes, Lightfoot, Galloway, Armstrong (Bell 78), Kerr (Wilson 87), Charters, Birch.

Carlisle subs: Swailes, Soper, Robinson.

Goals: Johnson own goal (21), Bowman own goal (45+2) and Birch (90+4).

Referee: Scott Taylor.

Crowd: 618.